Over the last few months – more than ever before – I’ve noticed a constant theme…
Most of our travel-junkie community can’t travel nearly as much as they’d like.
More specifically… they’re restricted by finances and work obligations… they’re locked in to their gig, which doesn’t pay them enough to travel even on their scheduled vacations.
In the search for a solution, most became flat out overwhelmed by the entire process… and most that try to start their own side gig end up wasting money with nothing to show for it.
At Journo, it’s a big part of our mission to help our community travel more.
So, I talked to my team about creating something that would help these people out…
So that they could join the “elite” few who have become digital nomads and create a steady stream of income that affords them the time and opportunity to travel as much as they damn well please… all WITHOUT needing any previous experience whatsoever.
And that was our challenge.
Like I said, our team has over a DECADE of remote work experience… we’re not just jumping on the digital nomad bandwagon because people are finally figuring out this is the ultimate lifestyle…
We’ve been living this for a long time.
But how was I going to break down the process to becoming a successful digital nomad in a way that doesn’t overwhelm a beginner?
It’s easy for me to show you the inner-workings of Journo… but that doesn’t really help you when you’re starting out.
So I decided to go back to the beginning… to dissect the process I used when I started my remote work journey… to craft that into a step-by-step plan for a complete newbie: